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05/05/2012
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Links

The Department for Education (DfE) home page is at www.education.gov.uk

These links take you to other statistical sites

  • Within the UK
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteDirectgov
    Directgov is the place to turn for the widest range of government information and services.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteinfo4local.gov.uk
    Provides local authorities with quick and easy access to information from more than 65 government departments, agencies and public bodies. It is run by a group of six departments, with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in the lead.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteOffice for Standards in Education (Ofsted)
    Ofsted is the inspectorate for children and learners in England. It is their job to contribute to the provision of better education and care through effective inspection and regulation.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteQualifications and Curriculum Development Agency
    QCDA is a non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Education. QCDA maintains and develops the national curriculum and associated assessments, tests and examinations, and accredits and monitors qualifications in colleges and at work.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteTraining and Development Agency for Schools
    Information is given on becoming a teacher, the teacher training process, experience in teaching, and what life is like as a teacher.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteScottish Executive statistics
    The aim of the statistical service in the Scottish Executive is to provide relevant and reliable statistical information, analysis and advice that meets the needs of government.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteDepartment of Education for Northern Ireland
    The Department of Education for Northern Ireland is responsible for the central adminstration of all aspects of education and related services in Northern Ireland - excepting the higher and further education sector, responsibility for which is within the remit of the Department for Employment and Learning.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteNational Assembly for Wales
    The Welsh Assembly collect, process, interpret and publish information about Wales, and promote its use in decision making within government and beyond.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteLearning and Skills Council (LSC)
    The LSC exists to make England better skilled and more competitive. They have a single goal: to improve the skills of England's young people and adults to make sure we have a workforce that is of world-class standards.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteHigher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)
    HESA was set up in 1993, and is now the central source for higher education statistics and has standardised and streamlined the data collection and publication process to become a respected point of reference.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteCentre for Economic Performance
    The CEE is a multidisciplinary centre with three partners: The Centre for Economic Performance at LSE; the Institute for Fiscal Studies; and the Institute of Education. All three partners have a proven and distinguished track record in the economics of education and training, and a great breadth of knowledge on policy relevant issues relating to education, training and the labour market.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteCentre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning (WBL)
    The Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning (WBL) investigates the benefits that learning brings to the individual and to society as a whole. WBL's main objectives are to clarify, model and quantify the outcomes of all forms of intentional learning so as to inform the funding, implementation and practice of educational provision through the life course. It is funded by DfE.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteNeighbourhood Statistics
    This search allows you to find detailed statistics within specific geographic areas, for example in neighbourhood regeneration.


  • International
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
    The OECD collects statistics needed for the analysis of economic and social developments by its in-house analysts, committees, working parties, and member country governments from statistical agencies and other institutions of its member countries. The OECD shares the experience gained by members in compiling reliable and comparable statistics with non-member countries.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteEurostat
    Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)
    The UNESCO Institute for Statistics provides global and internationally comparable statistics on education, science, technology, culture and communication. Access to an online database of education and training information and publications are available on this site.
    Clicking on this link will take you to an external siteUnited Nations Statistics Division
    The Statistics Division is committed to the advancement of the global statistical system. It compiles and disseminates global statistical information, develops standards and norms for statistical activities, and supports countries. efforts to strengthen their national statistical systems.